Chase Trophy Cougars in Alberta, Jig Monster Burbot in Saskatchewan and Land Some Lakers in Ontario
Last Mountain Lake
While Saskatchewan’s Last Mountain Lake is widely known for its winter walleye, whitefish, pike and yellow perch, I like it for its thriving population of burbot. To catch these aggressive winter predators, often found in the same areas as walleye, try a 3/4-ounce Reelbait Flasher jig tipped with a chunk of tullibee or a 1½-ounce Fergie Spoon. Guides Jeff and Jason Matity know where to drill the holes.